How you grip the club greatly influence the type of shot you want to hit.
If there's one shot in golf that golfers unnecessarily struggle with, it has to be the simple bunker shot.
So you think you're a player? If so, then I have some news for you.
The latest crop of new fairway woods that are primed for more powerful shots are all the rage this year.
Without question, most amateurs make playing from the bunker more difficult than it needs to be.
As you can see here, I've got a 40-yard bunker shot, which is arguably one of the game's hardest tests. I'll show you two ways to play it, depending on the kind of sand that you find in the bunke
Sometimes, even the best players in the world need to refresh their fundamentals. In fact, for some, the fundamentals are the only things they work on come time to keep their swings in check.
If you want to dial in your chips and pitch shots, you have to learn to swing with the bigger muscles, not the smaller ones.
While a buried bunker lie might be a bad break, it’s certainly not impossible to get it up and down from here.
One of the reasons so many folks struggle from the sand is that they don’t understand the importance of an open face at impact.
Just because the golf season is near a close, there’s still plenty of work to do if you want to keep your swing fresh and up to par for the next golf season.
How you grip the club can greatly influence the type of shot you want to hit.
When it comes to bunkers, amateurs fear them far more often than do touring professionals.
When you’re on the course and your game starts to fall apart, what should you do?
I can’t go at this shot right-handed because the cactus impedes my stance. But I can get the ball back in play by playing a left-handed shot. ...
If you’ve ever received a lesson, or better yet, a series of lessons, it’s likely you’ve been told to do the same thing more than once. ...